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Your pet performs many services. They’re a source of comfort, a companion on walks, a way to protect your home and your family, and a friend, plain and simple. If something happens to them, you would be devastated. Instead of hoping for the best, though, it’s critical you plan for the worst.
That means having a response plan for an emergency. It starts with a partnership with a top-quality, trustworthy vet in High Point. That’s us, so be sure to save our number in your phone right away: (336) 288-2688. If something happens, call us right away before you move or transport your pet, so we can give you the best advice and help ensure the optimal outcome.
Once something has happened to your pet is not a good time to try and find an emergency vet. Your adrenaline is high, you’re confused and afraid, and you are too distracted by your pet’s condition to make sound decisions. That’s why you need a High Point emergency veterinarian already on standby.
Here at Happy Tails Veterinary Emergency Clinic, that’s us. We love forming relationships with animal owners in our area because it gives us a better chance of helping the animal should anything happen. Plus, it gives you peace of mind to know that you have a helping hand nearby if the worst were to happen.
Sometimes it’s not clear if you have a pet emergency on your hands or not. Here are some of the most pressing symptoms you should watch out for:
If you see any of these signs or anything else that seems unusual and unlike your pet, don’t wait to call.
If you live in High Point or surrounding areas, including Burlington, High Point, Thomasville, Reidsville, Kernersville, or Martinsville or Danville VA, please feel free to get in touch with us right away. You can inquire about our pet urgent care services and bring your animal in to make sure we’re familiar with them and we have a relationship. Or, if you’re in the midst of an emergency, tell us what’s happening and we will offer immediate, actionable advice.
Call us at (336) 288-2688 for immediate assistance, or reach out through our website to learn more about who we are and how we can help you. Either way, we want you to know that our entire staff of trained veterinarians and support staff is here for you, so don’t hesitate to let us know what you need.
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